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Old 08-04-2017, 01:51 AM
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I got my first American bike, its a chopper.

Hi Guys!

I picked up this WCC frame with a Evo motor last week. I don't have any details as I don't really know more about it, maybe you all can shed some light. I posted in the WCC section not realizing it was for builds so it probably won't get approved.

Anyway, the bike was registered to British Columbia in 2006, and probably sat since 2007. My friend who set up the deal for me cleaned up the carb and tossed a new battery in there and it purred to life.

I rode it home on the freeway which is probably one of the most nerve racking rides I've made on a motorcycle. I come from dirt bikes and 80s Japanese sport touring bikes.

The springer front end was completely seized up and the tires completely dry rotted, not a good combo to keep up with traffic doing 120km/h.

After white knuckling it home we got it too my buddies East Vancouver shop and tore the fork apart and got it moving again. Lubed the throttle cable, re-attached the headlight, adjusted the shifter, and got going with the locktite.

I've been having a total blast taking it out for short trips in town while I bank some cash for new rubber. I think I would also like to change the front headlight to something shorter and get rid of K/N airfilter for a chrome S&S one.

Me posing with my new Chopper.


My dad about to take it for a scoot.


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Old 08-04-2017, 01:13 PM
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Old 08-04-2017, 02:39 PM
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Your dad? I would never have guessed that, looks good for his age..Nice looking bike, the headlight looks ok...I'm not crazy about the air filter either...love the springer..is it bouncy?
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Old 08-04-2017, 11:28 PM
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Ya, its a bouncy bike compared too my daily rider, KLR 650.
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Old 08-08-2017, 07:04 AM
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nice man! there are a lot of real good options for air cleaners out there that are small. check out chopper daves casting company or pangea speed they both make a nice looking cleaner
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Old 08-10-2017, 07:15 AM
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nice looking bike dude looks like Paughco springers in the mix too
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